Join Rebelde Film Camp 3 at the Banaue Rice Terraces!

Rebelde Film Camp is an out-of-the-box event that aims to gather filmmakers and cineastes in a camp-themed setting to celebrate films, build connections, learn filmmaking, and refuel the drive to dream big! Now on its third year. We’re bringing the Film Camp into a whole new level: higher, longer, and grander!

Join Rebelde Film Camp 3 at the Banaue Rice Terraces!

HIGHER

On its 3rd Year, we are bringing the Camp high above the 8th Wonder of the World and a certified UNESCO Heritage Site, the breathtaking Banaue Rice Terraces! Imagine being there, learning and making films while the cold, fresh air envelops you and the world-famous terraces is just around you! This is something you shouldn’t miss!

So where exactly in Banaue will the Film Camp be? We’re happy to announce our official venue partner, the Banaue Ethnic Village!

It is located in a six-hectare lot within a pine forest. It has vast grassy spaces, picnic huts, spring waters, and a Heritage Center which displays the evolution of Ifugao houses. The whole village is strategically located above the mountain so you can have a clear, breathtaking view of the Rice Terraces!

LONGER

Two days? Three days? Rebelde Film Camp Year 3 is yet to become the longest-duration Film Camp! Five days of exceptional filmmaking. Camp with us on May 18-22, 2016.

GRANDER

From the iconic Cannes actor, Ronnie Lazaro (1st Film Camp) to legendary screenwriter, Ricky Lee (2nd Film Camp. We are bringing you excellent, world-class filmmakers. This time, we are bringing more legends and filmmakers of the new generation. From the Father of Philippine Independent Films, Kidlat Tahimik to Hugot Queen, Antoinette Jadaone to Game changer, Paul Soriano, to legendary cinematographer, Larry Manda.

We’re also bringing performances by Adinkra Lumads Djembe Community, Sud Ballecer, Sammy Valenia and Juan Miguel Severo for our much-awaited Camp Party!

That’s not all! A Bigger team also await the campers. We are happy to have the wonderful people from PARA SA SINING and THE FLYING CLUB as our co-organizing partner organizations.

Para Sa Sining is an organization whose passion is to share and celebrate Filipino art and culture with others. It aims to realize its vision through collaborative productions and programs that engage artists and the community.

The Flying Club is an outdoor club composed of three alpha women whose goal is to bring-out the wanderlust in people through mountaineering.

FIVE (5) THINGS TO CATCH IN THE CAMP

1. Filmmaking Workshop
2. Teambuilding Games
3. Film Competition
4. Film Screening
5. Film Camp Party

THREE (3) STEPS TO BECOME A CAMPER

1. Complete the Entry Form and submit. Then receive a confirmation email.
2. Pay the Camp Fee within the payment date you chose in the form.
3. Officially become a Camper!






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